5 Things To Help Set Up Your Raspberry Pi

Look Out!

Just a heads up, this isn’t an EXHAUSTIVE list or even the TOP things to do. This is merely a list of operations I do personally. These are mostly set in the Raspbian’s tool “raspi-config” with the exception of just one line item set in the Raspbian OS specificially.

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Basic Deep Learning on the Raspberry Pi

Just a Heads Up

I’m not an expert on deep learning. I’m just sharing with you as I learn. Also, I wouldn’t have been able to make this post if Pete Warden didn’t have such excellent README files in his Github repo. Check out his blog as well! We will be using the DeepBeliefSDK in this post today.

neural sketch

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Responsive Screenshots with CasperJS

Reasons Why

So you don’t have to do it manually! CasperJS allows you to take screenshots of a website from different resolutions. It’s actually quite simple to take an array of different screenshots all in one run.

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Raspberry Pi Surveillance Monitor

Cameras are everywhere.

I noticed at work that we had a few IP cameras hooked up in the covered parking spots. I thought to myself how awesome it’d be if I had an awesome way to display the feed of these cameras right off the Raspberry Pi.

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Homemade Automatic Domain Tester with PhantomJS Part 3

Previously on Bitpi

If you have stumbled across this post and haven’t read the previous posts, check them out. Also, the code can be found here.

Previously, we built a domain tester than tested all the sites that we included in our array. Then we hooked it up to cron job to run on a schedule. Now we need to give our program some sort of output show we know how the testing is going.

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Stock Ticker for the Terminal on a Raspberry Pi

I have an interest in investing and even though I’m a long term investor, I like to keep an eye on my portfolio to have a general idea of how it’s trending. I’ve also been wanting to check out Go to try something new. I wanted to write a script that my Pi could use to display some terminal output of my portfolio every few seconds.

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Raspberry Pi Live Kitten Stream

What in the hell?

Okay, I admit. I have spare Raspberry Pis just laying around the office. It’d be nice if they were doing SOMETHING right? I heard somewhere that the internet has a thing for cats so this seems like a perfect solution to my problem.

Install Dependencies

We start by running an update/upgrade on our Debian package manager:

sudo apt-get update;
sudo apt-get upgrade;
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